Dear Catster reader,
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Recommendations for food to feed after prescription diet....
Daisy was put on a prescription diet of Royal Canin IVD Duck and Green Pea after having a serious stomach problems back in January and February. At the time, the vet thought that she had food allergies and/or IBD. However, in March when we learned of the Menufood recalls, both myself and the vet began to think her stomach problems stemmed from eating Nutro kitten food. Now that her stomach problems have disappeared from being exclusively on the Duck and Green Pea formula, I want to try to start slowly introducing some non-prescription food into her diet. I really want to feed her a high quality food but with the continued recalls, I\'m apprehensive to try new brands. Has anyone been in a situation like Daisy and what are you feeding your cat now?